Over 50 years ago an engine was designed that overcame the inherent design inefficiencies of bell-shaped rocket nozzles, but despite much research in the 60's, 70's and 90's and was to power the replacement for the Space Shuttle. But 50 years on and it still yet to be flight tested. So why aren't we using Aerospike rocket engines?
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Presented by Paul Shillito
Written and researched by Paul Shillito
Intro music by Mike Mullen BMI www.positrosmic.com
Footage and Images - NASA, SpaceX, Rocketdyne, Lockheed Martin
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